this place used to be well above average as a unique Italian restaurant in Indianapolis. it is still housed in a quaint, cozy, albeit slightly rundown house near the downtown area, but the menu offerings have not remained up to par. the marinara sauce on the pasta side tasted like thickened ketchup. the bruschetta had a spoiled "tang" to it. and the chicken gorgonzola was dry and tired. i wish i could say more re this restaurant because i love these types of places but the food has to be worthy and it isn't anymore. the pasta ala caruso used to be a menu highlight and it has now been removed from the offering. all in all, very uninspired dining.
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